Julian Cope presents Head Heritage

UNSUNG is a colossal repository of rock‘n’roll writing — a Gnostic Odyssey through lost and forgotten freakouts. Check out Cope’s decade-long Album of the Month; wade through the psychedelically enhanced hard rock visions of the Book of Seth; then take the opportunity to deliver your own worldview of rock‘n’roll free from editorial constraints, Motherfuckers!


Julian Cope, Nov 1st 2010ce

Continuing in that same blistering vein as the others in Cope's SAMPLER series, DETROITROCKSAMPLER offers listeners 38 classic sonic slabs from the period 1966-76, the main text also exploring the peculiar social and political reasons why this North American city's music was, compared to other contemporary cultural centres, so deeply and riotously intense.

Julian Cope's Album of the Month

May 2010ce, AOTM #120

The Dodos Individ Separator Thursday
The Cars Drive b/w Stranger Eyes Lawrence Thursday
The Distractions Time Goes By So Slow b/w Pillow Fight Lawrence Thursday
Bram Tchaikovsky Girl of My Dreams b/w Sarah Smiles Lawrence Sunday
Faith No More Sol Invictus U Are A Ghost 15th Apr
Kendrick Lamar To Pimp A Butterfly Separator 10th Apr
Brian Wilson No Pier Pressure U Are A Ghost 3rd Apr
Damo Suzuki and Mugstar Start From Zero U Are A Ghost 2nd Apr
Agnostic Front The American Dream Died U Are A Ghost 1st Apr
Pond Man It Feels Like Space Again Graveyard Poet 29th Jan